Rocket League Update 1.33 Fixes Crashing Caused by Loading Screens and Invisible Ball Bug on Neo Tokyo
Psyonix’s chaotir-but-fun game, Rocket League, is one of the games that everybody keeps coming back to, and this is mainly thanks to the developer’s continuous content releases and updates. Update 1.33 released yesterday, and it fixes a couple of reported issues, such as an issue which caused the game to crash during load screens and the ball often disappearing when you play a Private match on Neo Tokyo.
In addition to that, the development team added protection to prevent Xbox Live text filters from crashing Rocket League.
- Fixed an issue where the new loading screen format was causing players to crash out of game
- Neo Tokyo (Private Matches) no longer has an invisible ball
Added protections to prevent Microsoft’s new Xbox Live text filters from crashing Rocket League:
- These protections address game crashes largely related to use of in-game chat, Leaderboards, and Custom Training
In-game messaging has been added to notify players of when Xbox and PlayStation text filters are causing issues in Rocket League:
- When this messaging is visible, Match play will be unaffected, while in-game chat, Leaderboards, and Custom Training will have limited functionality
Rocket League just keeps getting better and better.